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  • Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: Findings
    term shoreline monitoring program that collects live and dead birds and mammals data Click the link for methods and results of this award winning program ACCESS Partnership The Sanctuary conducts research and monitoring as part of the Sanctuary Ecosystem Assessment Surveys Click the link to read more about this important work Food webs in the ocean are far more rich and diverse near the western edges of continents than the

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  • Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: Events
    register for family programs please contact Mark Oates at 321 332 2399 or mark oates noaa gov Sanctuary Explorations Get into Your Sanctuary We host a series of monthly events to provide opportunities for you to connect with and experience your national marine sanctuaries For more information please contact Sara Heintzelman at sara heintzelman noaa gov or 415 561 6622 x237 Additional Sanctuary Events For details on the Sanctuary Visitor

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  • Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: Explore :: Whale Watching
    to Book Your Trip For each booking Captain Joe and the Kitty Kat have with that code FMSA is provided a supporting donation It is a win win arrangement on the San Francisco Bay s most comfortable and preferred Whale Watching boat Captain Joe and his boat the Kitty Kat along with super naturalists are there to really show you what the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary is

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  • Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association protecting our ocean wilderness through public stewardship
    Murre Forster s Tern Horned Puffin Marbled Murrelet Northern Fulmar Oiled Scoter Pigeon Guilemot Shearwater Short tailed Albatross Snowy Egret Snowy Plover Surf Scoter Tufted Puffin Fish Chinook Salmon Cookie Cutter Shark Delta Smelt Mola Mola Pacific Herring Tidewater Goby White Shark Mammals Blue Whale Bottle Nose Dolphin Elephant Seal Gray Whale Fin Whale Guadelupe Fur Seal Harbor Seal Humpback Whale Orca River Otter Sea Otter Sperm Whale Steller Sea

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  • Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: Donations Page
    6625 x315 or email membership farallones org for more information do not email credit card information Thank you for your support Sign up for Upwelling E news Email Address Email Social Media Marketing by VerticalResponse 2005 2006 Farallones Marine Sanctuary

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  • Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: About Us :: Membership
    supporters Join us as we protect the ocean environment through monitoring and research education enriching outdoor adventures and field studies Benefits As a member of the Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association and you are eligible for discounts on merchandise and excursions with a number of our partners and at the Sanctuary Visitor Center For more information see our complete listing of benefits including new thank you gifts for 2013 Click here for a list of companies that will match your dollar donation JOIN NOW Become a member online Or to join via US mail download our form PDF Renew your membership online today We are in the process of updating our membership policies we will be transitioning from an April renewal to a one year membership period membership for one year from the month you renew or join us Questions Contact Carolyn Gibson at 415 561 6625 x315 membership farallones org Mail to Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association PO Box 29386 San Francisco CA 94129 The future of our precious marine environment lies in your hands Thank you so much for all the good work you have all done I hope this donation helps in some way for you to know that

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  • Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: About Us :: Mission
    Sanctuary and Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary While federal law protects these waters federal funds to study their health and inhabitants are limited At the same time human population growth puts increasing pressure on the ocean and its resources This means that the safeguarding of our marine sanctuaries has become an even more vital necessity The Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association FMSA is a non profit membership organization created to increase public appreciation and guardianship of our ocean wilderness FMSA s mission is FMSA is dedicated to protecting Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary s wildlife and habitats through the development of a diverse community of informed and active ocean stewards Private contributions support FMSA programs in which volunteers from the community work in collaboration with marine sanctuary staff This unique partnership helps expand and strengthen the Sanctuary mission of ocean protection research careful resource management and public education 1972 Vast tracks of ocean waters set aside as National Marine Sanctuaries 1981 1 200 square miles of open ocean and coastal waters are designated as GFNMS 1991 The Sanctuary takes over management of recently designated 1989 Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 1991 The Sanctuary celebrates its ten year anniversary 1992 The Sanctuary

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  • Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: About Us :: Staff
    California Chris s Links LinkedIn profile Dru Devlin is a Research Associate for the Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association She assists with the management of volunteers surveys data and quality control Ms Devlin has years experience developing and implementing marine and environmental education programs for adults and children and was the associate director for the Tarlton Institute for Marine Education She earned both her Master s of Public and Business Administration and B A in Social Ecology from the University of California at Irvine Dru s Links Seafood Watch and Surfline Women Kirsten Lindquist is the Ecosystem Monitoring Manager She manages Beach Watch a long term monitoring program that utilizes the expertise of over 100 citizen scientists to collect data along the coast Kirsten earned a degree in Environmental Studies and Marine Conservation from Prescott College in 2001 Since then she has worked in the remote field studying seabirds and marine mammals throughout the Pacific Antarctica and most notably here throughout the California Current Kirsten is happily setting down roots here in the bay area which she has called home for ten years Kirsten s Links Penguin Science and Boating SF Abby Nickels is the LiMPETS Coordinator for FMSA She teaches middle high school college students and local citizen groups how to participate in the LiMPETS program Abby earned her B S in Marine Biology from the University of California Santa Cruz and her M S in Marine Resource Management from Oregon State University Abby has had the opportunity to work on a variety of projects including Pacific salmon ecology black abalone monitoring and visitor learning in museums and other informal education institutions Abby was an ORISE fellow in the Office of Wetlands Oceans and Watersheds with the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington D C Abby is happy to be back on west coast working for FMSA where she can combine her love for the ocean and marine sciences with teaching Abby s Links Monterey Bay Aquarium Institute for Learning Innovation and Año Nuevo State Park Adrian Skaj is a native San Franciscan who graduated from San Francisco State University with a BA in Women s Studies and a Minor in Holistic Health She is happy to use her administrative skills to support the fine work accomplished here at FMSA where she serves as the Finance Officer Adrian is also a Certified Iyengar Yoga teacher and teaches at Iyengar Yoga Institute YMCA ClubOne and the USF Koret Center in San Francisco Adrian s Links Iyengar Yoga Institute of SF Vipassana Meditation and Station 46026 18NM West of SF Taylor Nairn is the Data Manager for the Beach Watch program She manages data frombeach surveys in addition to surveying beaches and participating in ACCESS Taylor earned a B S in Environmental Science from San Francisco State University in 2010 with a concentration in Natural Resource Management and Conservation She has several years of field and horticultural experience in plant restoration Taylor enjoys going on adventures and expanding her knowledge of birds and

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